BURSARY – Artist Jamboree
We are pleased to offer two bursaries to attend the Artists Jamboree this year, taking place in Totnes, Devon between 28th June and 1st July. One bursary is for any NewBridge member, and the other is specifically for a Collective Studio member. Each bursary will cover the £80 attendance fee and travel to and from the event (our Artist Development Coordinator will drive the NewBridge contingent).
Developed by artists Low Profile, there will be a programme of presentations, micro-exhibitions, activities and discussions to share practice.
We will be camping but there are good amenities. For more information check out the website.
To apply please email Dan at email@example.com with a simple sentence outlining your interest in the opportunity and why it’ll be beneficial to your practice by Thursday 26th April, 5pm.
Please visit our Practice Makes Practice page for more information on becoming an artist member.
Jamboree 2018 // A National Gathering of Artists & Curators
28th June -1st July 2018 // Dartington UK
Jamboree 2018 will bring together 150 visual artists, curators & programmers from around the UK in a relaxed outdoor setting, on the Dartington Estate near Totnes, Devon, UK.
Developed by LOW PROFILE in response to their position as artists who struggle to meet other artists, curators and programmers for a range of reasons including money, geography, time, other work and family commitments.
LOW PROFILE are inviting artists, curators and programmers to become involved in co-delivering a programme of presentations, micro-exhibitions, activities and discussions to share practice. Through the programme of events LOW PROFILE hope that attendees will meet new people, find out about each others work, build new relationships and make connections that lead to new projects.
Jamboree 2018 also offers the chance to stop, engage, interact and recharge in a positive, critically-engaged environment.
This project is developed in partnership with a-n The Artists Information Company and Plymouth College of Art and is part funded and supported using public funds by Arts Council England.